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Rating & Content Info
Why is Super Buddies rated G? Super Buddies is rated G by the MPAA
Violence: Violence is mostly slapstick, with bumped heads, crashed cars and an uncomfortable “wedgie” when the pups tug on the underwear of a would-be robber. Characters experience a few moments of peril, the most serious when trying to save a child from a burning building only to find the door blocked with burning debris. Things also become a little frightening when a shape-shifting alien threatens and imprisons various characters. As well, he zaps people and objects with lightning bolts, and one character is left unconscious. A character is killed when a spacecraft explodes in a collision.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: Mild name calling.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Page last updated August 29, 2013
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|
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Cast and Crew
Super Buddies is directed by Robert Vince and stars John Ratzenberger, Michael Teigen, Jason Earles, eremy Shinder, G. Hannelius, Ty Panitz, Tenzing Trainor, Cooper Roth .
The most recent home video release of Super Buddies movie is August 27, 2013. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Super Buddies
Release Date: 27 August 2013
Super Buddies releases directly to the home video market on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy, or DVD/ Digital Copy.
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Other movies in this franchise that we have reviewed include Snow Buddies and Spooky Buddies. While the Buddies only talk to each other in this live-action movie, the dogs in the animation Up are able to communicate to humans directly. Another pup believes he has super hero skills in Bolt.